Nurses are super important and blockchain may be able to help them.
Shockingly 1/3 of the UK adults with less than £1,500 in savings UK government to pay up to £2,500 per moth is very welcome
Meanwhile Facebook (Only one of 15 companies in S&P 500 net cash) giving away $1,000 to each of its 45,000 staff but event $45million is hardly a dent in its $54billion cash mountain. Bank of America staff $400 a month JPMorgan giving up to $1,000 to all employees and up to five extra paid leave.
It big a shame Governments not doing the same, why not give nurses and carers a bonus or extra time off, as without them the National Health Service cannot survive. A healthcare assistance in the UK is paid on average only £16,551
If the UK had better care in the community, potentially could free up more beds. For too long nurses have been underpaid now they are being asked to work in a high-risk environment caring for those with coronavirus.
Average pay for a qualified Nurse in UK will earn £24,816 In the USA equivalent of £63,000 in California £85,000 https://nursesalaryguide.net/registered-nurse-rn-salary/ Healthcare assistant
Another challenge for healthcare workers and those caring for venerable people is they need to have Disclosure Baring Services checks formally known as (CRB) checks and they need to ensure that their Continuous Professional Development CPD records are up to date.
Blockchain technology could help by having all this data as well as their experience, qualifications etc all held on one data base.
Why not follow the example of UAE thus offering access to employers and potentially patients of a medic’s qualifications and experience. In adverse times such as now innovation must be encouraged as a solution to historic challenges.
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